Bachelor Open Day

Visit the Bachelor Open Day on April 17th and prepare for a bachelor programme at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

  • Find out about our bachelor programmes

  • Choose the bachelor programme that suits you best

Do you want to enter University in September, but haven't decided on which program yet? Attend the Bachelor Open Day and make the decision!

At the Bachelor Open Day, you can attend presentations about various bachelor programmes. Between sessions current students, alumni and staff are here to answer any questions you may have.

PAY ATTENTION! This Bachelor Open Day is especially organized for pupils who want to enter University in September 2018

For whom?

- Pupils who want to enter University in September 2018
- Parents/supervisors of prospective students whom are looking for information regarding study choice and study finances.


Tuesday, April 17th
09.00-13.00 hrs


Campus Woudestein, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam


During the Bachelor Open Day you can attend sessions of study programmes and visit the information markets. At the information markets, you can get in contact with student-Ambassadors, receive information about admission procedures, study finances and study choice.

Schedule Bachelor Open Day 

Date: Tuesday, April 17th 2018

Time: 09:00 - 13:00 hrs

09.30 - 12.30Presentations bachelor programmes
09.00 - 13.00Information market

Experiences of visitors

Peter Paul

Peter Paul Tordoir (17, Bilthoven, 6 Vwo) “Rotterdam? Why not”

‘Up until now, I've passed each year, so I'm doing well. Beta subjects suit me, so I'll take a look at econometrics. That might be the study programme for me. This programme is not taught in every University. My dad is from Rotterdam as well as some other family members. So I thought, "why not?"

Rick Stegeman


Rick Stegeman (17, Epe, 6 Vwo) "The campus looks like small city"

‘I'm in doubt between an economic study programma in Rotterdam and Business Informatics in Enschede. Therefore, I'll take a look today. I will also join in Student for a Day activities, so I'm well prepared. The campus in Rotterdam is really large: it looks like a small city. However, it's cosy too. I think the final decision will be tough."